I told my husband that I would find of some bathroom remodel ideas for our master that would be pretty simple to install and would not break the bank. Unfortunately we had that conversation before I saw this absolutely stunning suite. We would need to undergo pretty extensive bathroom renovations to achieve this look, but gosh do I love it. Between the beautiful granite tile on the floor and shower, to the paneled tub surround around the jacuzzi, all of the architectural details are just perfect. I also adore the chic crystal chandelier and soft spa-like aqua paint. Of course, bathroom makeovers are always quite expensive, but I really want to try to see if we can achieve a similar look on our fairly small budget.
As I started the process of looking for bathroom remodel ideas for our master suite, I came upon this design and have been so inspired by it. I have always been a fan of, now trendy, marble tiling used throughout a bath. I think that bathroom renovation ideas that incorporate this material have classically elegant and luxurious look but is not too busy or overwhelming. The designer used the marble perfectly in this space and chose just the right stone pattern to give subtle design interest and a great foundation to the space. I also love the bathroom paint colors that they chose because it highlights the cool grey undertones of the marble while also imparting a very soothing look to the rest of the space.
So many homeowners are looking for bathroom remodel ideas that they can achieve on a fairly small budget, but assume that they have to skimp on furnishing or designs. I am happy to report that you can actually create an absolutely beautiful space without taking on a huge bathroom remodel cost. We actually completely upgraded this small master bath for under $1000 by being really smart about our materials and conscious of our decor pics. For example we found all of this gorgeous tile at as discount bathroom shop for an incredible deal. The homeowner had picked out some small bathroom designs that they liked that featured a similar tile for a much heftier price.
If you are looking for some awesome and easy bathroom remodel ideas, look no further than this beautiful spa-style granite covered master suite. We really love how they took full advantage of both the floor spa and ceiling height that they have and were able to strategically place everything around the perimeter to give awesome traffic flow. This is a great technique to use if you need small bathroom remodel ideas because it gives the illusion of more space then there actually is. I also like how they converted an empty corner of the room into a full glass enclosure shower. Again, do not be intimidated by a shower remodel, they are actually not as costly as you may think especially if you have plumbing nearby.
On my hunt for bathroom remodel ideas for the house we just bought, I found this rustic master suite. I know that the mixture of woods and tile is a bit unconventional, but I really like the cozy and earthy look it gives to the very spacious bathroom layout. Believe it or not, I feel like the large size of our bathroom is actually a negative because it makes the room seem so cold and stark. For this reason I have been looking around for master bathroom ideas like this that would bring some warm to the space as well as fill the bare areas with storage options (like their cabinetry unit underneath the window) and cool features like a free standing tub. I definitely want to show these photos to our designer and see if we can replicate a similar look in our home.
I have always been drawn to bathroom remodel ideas that feature travertine tile. I know that is is not the trendiest choice (marble has definitely taken its place as most popular) but I think it really gives a room that classic glamorous look that I love. We just decided to undertake a small bathroom remodel in our guest bath and I want to create a similar look to these photos. There is enough room for a corner shower and a small single sink vanity but not much else. We are definitely going to use frameless glass shower doors like these to make the room seem more open. Without those metal supports to impeded your line of vision, it almost seems as though the shower is not there.